CVS (CVS) is looking to help America get vaccinated by offering a range of prizes for those who have received their COVID vaccine or plan to get their shot at one of its pharmacies.

Through its #OneStepCloser sweepstakes, which begins June 1, eligible customers can enter to win one of over 1,000 prizes in weekly drawings and grand prizes over a six-week period.

The sweepstakes is part of an effort by CVS to help people overcome their COVID vaccine hesitancy. According to the most recent Centers for Disease Control and Prevention household pulse survey COVID-19 vaccination tracker, as reported by CVS, 17.6% of adults that are aged 18 and older are hesitant about getting their COVID shot.

CVS it is looking to close this gap with the #OneStepCloser sweepstakes. Prizes offered in the giveaway include 125 cash prizes of $500 from CVHS Health and five grand prizes of $5,000, which the company said could be used to host family reunions.

There are also 100 prizes for seven-day cruises for two in balcony staterooms aboard the Norwegian Cruise Line. Cruises can be used for a choice of destinations, including Caribbean, Alaskan, and European sailings.

Sports fans could win a VIP trip for two to Super Bowl LVI in Los Angeles with game tickets, airfare and hotel accommodations while a night out prize is being offered with free Unilever products. A grand prize of a 2022 NCAA Final Four package for two is also up for grabs.

There is also a four-day Bermuda trip for two, 500 $100 gift cards for couples, a $5,000 gift card for the ultimate date experience from Hinge, and a VIP package for two to the iHeartRadio Music Festival. Other prizes include six tours for two to many international destinations from smarTours, with one ultimate grand prize destination, and a series of Wyndham getaways.

To enter the #OneStepCloser sweepstakes, individuals must 18 or older and have received a vaccination or certify that they are registered to receive a vaccination from CVS Health through a pharmacy, long-term care facility, employer-based Return Ready clinic, or other off-site clinic.

All entries must be received by June 10 at

CVS said it has administered over 17 million COVID vaccines in long-term care and retail settings. It offers the COVID shot at more than 9,600 pharmacy locations in 50 states, Puerto Rico, and Washington, D.C.

“We're grateful for the millions of people who’ve received one of the well over 17 million doses we’ve administered at CVS Health, but we have a long way to go,” Dr. Kyu Rhee, senior vice president and a chief medical officer of CVS Health, said in a statement. “Getting as much of the population fully vaccinated will bring us one step closer to all the things we’ve missed during the past 14 months, and keep our country moving in the right direction.”

Shares of CVS were trading at $86.75 as of 10:48 a.m. EDT on Thursday, down 57 cents, or 0.65%.

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